Are you considering a postnuptial agreement? If so, you need to familiarize
yourself with the process and what will be expected of you.
When you draft a postnuptial agreement, you will need to list, in detail,
all of your liabilities and assets, income, current and future expected
gifts, and inheritances. Any debts that will be existing after your marriage
will need to be addressed in regards to how they will be paid. In the
case of a divorce or death, you will need to outline what will happen
to your property, including your marital home and any other residences
In regards to property, you will not only need to break down property
into different categories, but outline what will become of it in a postnuptial
situation. This includes real estate as well as artwork, jewelry and other
valuables. Should you consider
alimony or spousal support in the postnuptial, or waive your right to it, these
figures must be described explicitly in the final paperwork.
Contact us to get legal help from a
Jacksonville family attorney as you draft your postnup or